The Guadalupe Gazette (Seguin, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918 Page: 1 of 8
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Guadalupe County Fair Sept. 26, 27 and 28,
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Meet Me at the Guadalupe County Fair, Sept 26, 27, 28,1918 “Cover* the Conn ;e a Blanket
Vol. 19—No 29
Seguin, Guadalupe County, Texas, l Morning. July 19. 1918
$1.50 a Year in Advance
AUTOS BADLY SMASHED
IN COLLISION TUESDAY
YEAR OLD YOUNGSTER
FIRST BALE TEN DAYS
TO RAISE QUOTA ON W. ONE-ARM VETERAN OF HUN ^ C0NGW^^here NEXT WEEN
MAKES FINE SHOWING
EARUER THAN LAST YEAR IVESTIGATED BY COUNCIL WARfAtE 8KA*S M COUWH
the failure of Joe Ramage, the young man
- raise her who lost his arm in a battle in
them was a Dodge driven by Miss have existed
Corinne Vaughan and the other a! many years.
Ford driven by Edon Schriewer of! The annual meeting of the
Barbarossa. The Dodge suffered a j stockholders of this institution
broken rear wheel and the running I was held Tuesday afternoon and
board on the left side of the cari a handsome profit was shown,
He has held this record for a num
ber of years.
The bale weighed 510 pounds
and was classed as good middling.
H. Seligmann purchased the cot-
ton for 28 cents and a bonus of
was knocked off. The occupants! much to the gratification of the j $22.75 was raised by Seguin bus-
of the Dodge escaped without in-j directors and stockholders. jiness men. The Stein gin near
jury j The Farmers’ State Bank is lo- New Berlin ginned the cotton.
The radiator on the Ford was! cated at the depot, making a very j
badly dented, the front axle broken , convenient place for the business Political Speaking
and it was otherwise damaged. | people and residents of that sec- j
One of the occupants, a brother of jtion of the city to do their bank-] Hon. Carlos Bee, candidate for
the driver, was thrown several i ing business, and this location has;Congress from this district, will | new lease
feet and painfully bruised though! been of considerable importance in J speak in the City Park Thursday!; them
not dangerously hurt. | building up the nice little patron-j night, July 25. The public, and Cf“”
The Ford was north bound and age it has. It has handsome mar- especially the ladies, invited to
Hon. A. P- Barrett, congressional
candidate from this district, an-
nounces in this issue that he will
be here next Tuesday, July 23. and
deliver an address on the court
Use and the various pr. Cross meeting a. hTp ^Kklio of
Uu who handled thej*. 25,
Hon, Carlos Bee, an opposing can-
didate, will speak in the City Park
in behalf of his candidacy. •
Interest in this race is at fever
SVST ‘ is-—
His recitation of incidents of the!pawn. slayde„, present
inner,shu! 1 s Vs-VM Ss
the Dodge was endeavoring to
reach Guadalupe street from Live
Oak when the collision occurred.
Both drivers claim to have been
on the right side of the road, the
view being somewhat obstructed
by a fence and brush. That the
occupants of the cars escaped seri-
ous injury or death seems almost
miraculous, and without offering
criticism of either driver, The Ga-
zette would like to suggest that
this accident should serve as a
caution to all drivers of cars to
observe the laws and slow down
at the corners, particularly where
the views of cross streets are not
clear enough to assure safety.
“Better be safe than sorry.”
ble fixtures and is located in a hear this gentleman on the issues
building built expressly for the 10f the campaign,
business. ' (.Political Adv.)
Cashier Max Starcke has a right; -----------
to feel proud of the showing made | Hilmar Weinert has three ears
of corn on display at the Seguin
by the Farmers’ State Bank, and
with better conditions he is aim-
ing high for next year.
Reward for Keys
Bunch of keys on ring, lost Wed-
nesday probably between livery
stable and postoffice. Return to
Gazette office for reward.
Some Fine Sorghum.
State Bank that look mighty good.
He has about 50 acres of land un-
der irrigation east of town, and
this corn was grown there. About
20 acres are planted to corn and it
will average in ihe neighborhood
of 35 bushels per acre.
Standard Vulcanizing Co.
Mail Service on Limited
concise manner without any
the bragadocio. Mr. Ramage is
now on a visit to his sister, Mrs.
Joe Ranft in the eastern part of
the county. We understand an
effort is to be made to have him
on the program at the next meet-
, S'd the Guadalupe County Red
be impossible to grant mail Cross ( napter.
» on the east bound limited
requested some time ago.
anger attached to such ser-
\ rhere mail clerks do not serve
• rhere stops are not made are
Keep Out of Democratic Primaries
________ _ ire a woman
you will be excluded from the No-
vember election; if you are a man,
you will have no freedom of choice
at the November election. You
must vote for the Democratic nom-
inee, no matter how good his
opponent on another ticket may
be; and the Democrats will have
opposition from Governor down.
If you are a patriot, you owe your-
At County Clerk Wilson’s office
is a stalk of sorghum cane that
Harvey Dibrell brought in last
/week from his fathers farm east of
L..___ n.rtirinf.fn1town The stalk is nine feet long
You rftLin'iiftwir br;W*i P«b ^ well tnktureO, tfnd it
was grown without irrigation. Mr.
Dibrell has seven acres of this fine
cane and has already thrashed a
considerable amount of seed, put
some up in his silo and has made a
lot of fine molasses with the rest.
Red Cross Insignias
All parties that failed to receive
self and your country the duty to badges for contributions to the
vote for the best man, no matter
what party he belongs to. Every uullllll ....... .......
interest of your nation demands it. j Secretary 2nd R. C. War Fund.
So keep out of the primaries and
second Red Cross War Fund may
obtain them from Max Starcke,
Federal Inspection of Supply Troop
The Supply Troop that was or-
ganized in Seguin by Capt. James
of race for re-election, has not yet
spoken in the county, but will de-
liver an address at the court house
at 4 o’clock Saturday, and at Ma-
rion at 9 the same day.
The election is to be held Satur-
day, July 27, and Guadalupe coun-
ty will likely poll the largest vote
ever recorded in a primary elec-
tion, due to the large number of
«ied as reasons
V* ------ ^dllluvU IU - *
for refusing M Woods was inspected Tuesday
House for Rent
t know ii in the market as “Java,’
Jhilc the type known as “Moelia ’ i*
at coming from the original
urce, Arabia. The first shipment
WBN "m u fc -
Sunday fire destroyed
prbperty at Lockhart. ________
by the experience of ol^hsitive hay FEVER VICTIM.
fire catch YOU ligh
h10—Not catching cold, dear, are
What would a fire meav<|?
500 or see me at Ol 110!
[by Major Graham, Major Clark
1 and Col. Napier of the U. S. army
for Federal service. The troop
was in fine cond^un and Majoi
Graham hiKhly Pleased w,th
^ splendid showing that the men
nade. The troop is as fine a body
>f men as was ever assembled in
iuadalupe county, and with offi-
;rs like Captain Woods, Lieuten-
lts Lillard and Lynch, the troop
The Otto Kunkel home on Mill
Ave. for rent. Electric lights and
bath. Ring 474.
Guadalupe Soldiers in France
Safe arrival cards have been re-
ceived by relatives from a bunch
of young Guadalupe county sol-
diers, advising of safe landing
overseas, during the past few days.
Among these are Amada Casares,
ssttsm ar» fcrsssi'sc;
.1 uht came acmea
‘jden rod” in thu- article I’m read-
in'that's all— New Haven Regin-
h "oop is still open to all that desire
w > enlist and will be open to re-
n ruits until Federalization which
“ dll take place in the near future.
Will Train as Nurses
HELD HIS AUDIENCE.
cast a free vote.
Notice to Auto Owners
Are Entitled to Vote
All auto owners who have not
the 1918 number and star, and no
- (dimmers and tail light, will be
Attorney General Looney ’ has j prosecuted according to law.
reiterated his first ruling concern- j W. Neubauer,
ing the privilege of women voting j Sheriff.
without the necessity of register- ----
ing where such voter resides inj (). J. Millsaps was here last
he lecturer-There was
tin in my old life when L had no
difbulty iii holding an audience.
_____ ’he Sympathizer—When was
SPEAKING TONIGHT IN THE 1h t Ucturer-The night 1 pro-
INTEREST OF GOV. HOBBY 1*»*4 to mv prwnt Wife,-Answers.
- MW CALENDAR DEMANDED.
Hon. W. A. Wurzbach of San —
Antonio, will speak tonight on the “ hese old c alendars are no g‘*» •
court house lawn in behalf of the “'bn’t they give you t * ay o
Candidacy of Gov. W. P. Hobby. the 1»k, month am >ear r .
. .• , • •. .. . j j ->8. But who cares. VN hat I
A cordial invitation is extended r . . . ,rni un .„ *hc
„ ... . .. * wamlo learn when I get up in m*
to the public to attend. mor£g is what I go without to-
They all report pleasant journeys
and being much pleased with a
chance at getting actively into the
scrap to make the world safe for
Texas has been called onto f urn-
ffi 1600 young women to go in One gentle horse, 15i hands
raining for nurses. So far we high; one 3-in. wagon. Apply to
t |ave heard of two volunteers [ H. J. Eickenroht, phone 391.
* rom Seguin who will leave soon --------j
a;o take up this necessary and pa-1 City Delivery Oct. 1
riotic vocation. They are Miss j ---
Myra Bryan, who will leave in the | postmaster Geo. P. Lillard has
“next few days for service in the! been afivjsed that city delivery will
'Lee Surgical Institute, San Anto-1 ^ established Oct. 1st, and that an
hio, and Miss Katie Brenner who jcxamination t0 secure the required
goes to the Green Memorial Hos-i number on eligible u8t will be held
pital, San Antonio. ^ before that time. Appointments
Tli Pacifist—You shouldn't have
cities of a population of less than | week and succeeded in interesting
10,000. A statement to this effect a number of farmers of this sec-
was carried in the daily nevvspa- j tion in some land in Atascosa
pers of last Sunday. [ county. He took them out Mon-
j day to show them the tract.
Cane Seed Thrashing Three unfurnished southeast ------
t rooms, including bath and closet. Herbert Pfeil of Cibolo, brought 1 ran »ut ..........
Cane seed threshing at Louis for rent at $8 per month. Apply ! to The Gazette office a few days
Nagel’s place Friday, July 19. 1 to Mrs. V. M. Hodges. 4t25 ! ago several heads of feterita that
____ are just about as fine as can be “H<»w did you lay tlm foundation
grown. The only unfortunate r"r vmir ouloanaJ fortune?”
Six-room house; modern con-1
veniences. Apply at Water & Up your neighbor even if he
Light office. did lijure you. 1 ou should him1
—------- lweii latienl and turned the other
Raises Fine Feterita ‘’heeki, ...... ...
The Belligerent.-—1 did that until
PROCEEDING WITH CAUTION.
HON. JAS. L. SLAYDEN
Candidate for Re-election to Congress,
14th Congressional District
Will Address the Citizens of Guadalupe County
Saturday, July 20th, at 4 O'clock
The Public is Cordially Invited. Meeting will be
on the Courthouse Lawn
| thing about it is that Mr. Pfeil has “H' foIe w,‘ *''* any^further with
only a small amount of this fine I of lllU>rv ___
M«t of the Seguin boys that
I seed, an end of a piece of ground
that is subject to overflows, being
all that was planted to it. On this
small patch Mr. Pfeil will harvest
about fifty bushels. Very little
rain has fallen on the stalks, but
water stood onthe ground when
it did rain.
Just received—shipment of rice
bran, the last of the season.
Phone 170. Levy & Co.
Billy Johnston of Denison came
in last week to spend a few days
Tm at Camp Bowie are
thpir wav after the Kaiser and
“ aS clp Mills. New Vork ;
„ a oort of embarkation on
- YT o it is safe to assume ;
S^r wi'l start “across" in »
, aiL-t time. These are all,
’ated as fris/class soldiers now af-1
" nearly a year's intensive tram-,
,nBOn\SrritWaHn Fr^ce these
„s are likely to at »"« take
*ir places at the front. W “
- choking for some very creditable
IporU from these soldiers.
'where you know the quality
Iced Tea Tumblers
Serving iced lea in tall glai.es is a sensible fash-
ion it allows one to have a really quenching
quantity ol this grateful summer beverage, with
mom m K gL» ’«• * ** w“h
Krezdoln’s shows drllereot shapes and patterns
,n tall iced *«• ° 6' $}'°°
Long ha/dled iced tea spoons ol heavy sliver
of 6, $3.00 to $6.00.
Jeweleis and DptometmU
Vatch Repairing a 3p«ciaUy
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The Guadalupe Gazette (Seguin, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, July 19, 1918, newspaper, July 19, 1918; Seguin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth982177/m1/1/: accessed June 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.